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Piano Camp Faculty and Guest Artists Concert
Start Date: 7/15/2014Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Date: 7/15/2014End Time: 9:00 PM

Event Description:
LaFaye Vickers Ross Scholarship Benefit Concert
Piano Camp Faculty and Guest Artists Concert

Dr. Frank Chiou
Ms. Esther Park
Dr. Chih-Long Hu


Dr. Frank Chiou holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and the University of Michigan. He has taught at the University of Michigan, the University of Windsor (Windsor, Ontario) and Utah State University; he has also served as collaborative pianist and instrumental coach at the University of Michigan while also teaching privately in Ann Arbor. Dr. Chiou engages music in the multiple roles of performer, teacher, and scholar. He enjoys performing both solo and chamber music. His pedagogical research centers on the bearing of music analysis on performance and teaching; other research interests include the music of Brahms and Rachmaninov and music in film.

Esther Park has performed as a soloist with orchestras and in recitals across the United States as well as Asia and major European cities. Ms. Park has appeared as soloist with many orchestras such as Houston Symphony, Yale Philharmonia, Corpus Christi Symphony, Filharmonia Pomorska, Poland, Orchestra Filarmonica, Romania, Shanghai Philharmonic, China, Shreveport Symphony, the Juilliard Symphony, and the New Jersey Symphony.
Park gave a five-city recital tour in Korea, and has performed at the Juilliard Theater in NYC, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Halls’ Weill Recital Hall, Salle Cortot in Paris, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Palau de la Musica, Valencia, Spain and on the Kum-Ho Music society’s Prodigy Series. She has appeared at the Music Academy of the West (Santa Barbara), the Aspen Music Festival, the Bowdoin Summer Music Festival in Maine, the Tel-Hai International Music Festival in Israel, and the Van Cliburn-TCU Institute in Texas. Ms. Park has been heard in New York on WQXR Radio station as the winner of the 52nd Kosciusko International Competition and the Gina Bachauer Competition.
Park is the winner of the 2013 Jose Roca International Piano Competition and 2013 Russian International Music Competition. She is the winner of 2009 “Prix Amadeo” and the 2009 Chopin Gesellschaft Klavierwettbewerb. Ms. Park also received top prizes at the 3rd San Marino International Piano Competition, the 3rd China Shanghai International Piano Competition, the 6th Paderewski International Piano Competition, the National Chopin Competition (USA), Hilton Head International Competition, the 14th New Orleans International Piano Competition and is the recipient of the President Clinton Prodigy Award.
Born in Pusan, Korea in 1984, Ms. Park began to play in public soon after her first piano lessons at the age of four. Ms. Park moved to the United States in 1995, after being accepted to the Juilliard School’s Pre-College division. Ms. Park has completed the undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Juilliard School, studying with Yoheved Kaplinsky. Ms Park has also studied at the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater, Hannover, under the tutelage of Mr. Bernd Goetzke. Ms Park has since received the Artist Diploma and Master of Musical Arts degrees at the Yale School of Music under the guidance of Mr. Boris Berman. She has performed in master classes of Gary Graffman, Richard Goode, Leon Fleisher, Gilbert Kalish, Joseph Kalichstein, Andrew Litton, Joachin Achuccaro, and Karl Ulrich Schnabel.

Chih-Long Hu is a native a Taiwan, Chih-Long Hu‘s performance career began to take off after receiving honors including the Taipei National Concert Hall Arising Star, the Chi-Mei Artist Award, and prizes from the Mauro Monopoli International Piano Competition in Italy, Concurs Internacional De Piano D'Escaldes-Engordany in Andorra, Takamatsu International Piano Competition in Japan, and the Russian Music International Piano Competition in San Jose, California.
An active pianist, Hu has performed extensively in Asia, Europe and throughout North America, appearing as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. He has collaborated with conductors including Ann Krinitsky, Shunsaku Tsutsumi, Nicoletta Conti, Kenneth Kiesler, Nuvi Mehta, Cornelia Kodkani-Laemmli, Cheng-Hsiung Chen, and Li-Ping Cheng.
Hu’s performances have been broadcast in "Performance Today" through NPR stations across the country, and televised in Taiwan, China and Japan. His recent CD album "Formosa Caprices" has received critical acclaims and was nominated as “Best Crossover Album” and Hu as “Best Performer” for the 2009 Golden Melody Award. Another CD of complete Etudes-tableaux by Rachmaninoff has been released in 2010.
Hu’s teachers include Arthur Greene, Hung-Kuan Chen, and Tai-Cheng Chen. Hu received Doctor of Musical Arts in piano performance from the University of Michigan, Master's degree from the Taipei National University of the Arts, and Bachelor's degree in civil engineering from National Taiwan University. Hu is currently on the faculty of East Tennessee State University.
Location Information:
ETSU Main Campus - Mathes Hall
Room: Room 107 (Auditorium)
Contact Information:
Name: Jerilyn Paolini
Phone: 439-4418
Email: paolini@etsu.edu
piano
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Tickets Online:
www.etsu.edu/cas/music or
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Sabrina Sutton
439-4276 to reserve them on will call
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Admission Cost:

$15 General Admission
$10 Students/Senior

$25 Both Benefit Concerts

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